Originally Posted by 1dav
Our shower is dripping. The on/off valve needs to be replaced. Did anybody manage to source one of those.
Yes I did, with the help of Ballymore and a lot of chasing up I was able to source a replacement from https://interiorsolutions.ie/
. (They are the only supplier of these parts in Ireland, as they are Italian in origin. As such this is neither an endorsement nor a recommendations, merely a statement of fact, these are the suppliers).
I've yet to receive the replacement part however. Cost was 110 Euro including VAT. I will say, the act of removing the valve, and clearing the build up of grit stopped the drip for now. So while technically I don't need the valve I'm still buying it as it was very hard to source.
Originally Posted by CBear1993
Based on the recent facebook poll for the area in the residents forum, coffee shop/shared working space was the most popular demand for one of the unused units.
Does anyone think that bicycle sales/repair shop would be a runner? I'm exploring this option as we are to get a new station, and commuter footfall in the area seems quite high on bicycles with the canal..
I'd love an artisan coffee shop. Dublin2Bikes is an example of were both are combined together, which I think is a great idea if you have the space. Tbh, there is a lot of vacant retail units (due to planning requirements) and it would be nice to see anything at all going into them.